Apple's Swashbuckling Product Development Style

In Chapter 13 of the Steve Jobs Biography, Walter Isaacson describes how in the creation of the first Mac, Jobs formed a development team that operated outside of the boundaries of the Apple organization and was filled with people that "were creative, wickedly smart, and

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How Companies Kill Innovation

Innovation, and even Design Thinking, often gets killed by organizational processes or internal politics. Here is a really cool cartoon that shows you how it happens so that at least, we can all be vigilant.

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Design is also a Recursive Activity

When we iterated in a Design Process, it is actually a refinement activity where one evolution gives way to the next evolution. However when developing a design, especially when the design is complex, a simple iteration does not deal with the myriad of other

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Design Manifesto 2012

When Tim Brown said that ”design is getting big again”, he meant that Design is moving (or has moved, in my humble opinion) from a form giving exercise and into the boardroom where is have become

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Hyperfocus

A little change of pace in today's blog post. I can really relate, as I'm sure you can, to this cartoon by N.C. Winters for Freelance Switch. It does on occasion happen to

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